October 12. Under the Weather. Out of the Weather.

Written by Jack van Ommen on October 12th, 2012

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Last Tuesday, I sat down with Victor Levi to get going on the cover design of  “De Mastmakersdochters”. I received 43 foto’s from Marian Erkelens Korpádi of the Koster tot Kapealaan Botter race on September 29 and I am posting a few of these below. I plan to add more of these to the web site under https://cometosea.us/?page_id=1796 item 96) in the index “Traditional Sailing” in the next days.

You remember the picture I put on the blog a few posts ago of the English Pilot Cutter of my grandfather? My greatgrandmother bought this yacht from Jan Oost in Enkhuizen in 1906. Today I found several of his descendants who live on the (former) island of Urk. I plan to meet them and I’ve been promised there will be lots to talk about. So, here I go again. When I leave Holland half it’s population will be on the pier of IJmuiden to send me off out because of some kind of family or historical connection.

 

 

1 Comments so far ↓

  1. Carolyn says:

    Sorry you are “under” the weather. I assume you know the obit was in the Tribune today?

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